Sunday, April 2, 2006

Commentary: Religious Discrimination in Child Custody Settlements

Do judges discriminate because of religion when making child custody determinations?  According to Austin Cline there is “an astonishing pattern of systematic religious bias by family court judges.”  His views and his analysis of an article written by UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh on this issue may be of interest to our readers and may be found on the Civil Liberties Blog.  Source.  Austin Cline, civilliberty.about. For Mr. Cline’s commentary, please click here (last visited April 2, 2006, reo).

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